•Juma said churches have experts specialized in leadership and governance, administration, Agriculture, and finance among others.
•He said picking one of them will help clean track records in his administration.
Church leaders have called on President William Ruto to consider experts from the church for appointment in the state departments.
Speaking in Bungoma at Deliverance Church after a three days Western Region Apostolic Summit program on Friday, Apostle David Juma of the Alliance of Apostolic Churches and Ministries (AACM) said Ruto needs experts from the church to better advance his agenda.
“The President might want to meet us in our offices for prayers and guidance but sometimes we are very busy. that is why I am asking to include our experts from churches that will keep on nourishing him with the word as they serve in his government,” Apostle Juma noted.
Juma said churches have experts specialized in leadership and governance, administration, Agriculture, and finance among others.
He said picking one of them will help clean track records in his administration.
At the same time, the group lauded President Ruto for working closely with the Church and being at the forefront of preaching peace.
“I thank both our immediate President Uhuru Kenyatta and the current head of state Ruto for the smooth transition,” Juma added, saying that Kenya has shown democracy.
Apostle Juma said that the apostolic summit was a moment of lessons for spiritual fathers and church leaders in the Western.
“It has been a moment for equipping and empowering leaders, activating and aligning the saints to their apostolic and prophetic role in the western region,” he said.
On the ailing Industries in the region, Apostle Juma urged the government to help them revive them and ensure that they start operating.
This, he said, will create job opportunities for the people both from Bungoma and beyond.
“The Western region was blessed with factories and good soil, May God through the leaders we have elected help to revive the factories,” he said.
The man of God called on church leaders to continue working together for a better Kenya.
His sentiments were echoed by Bishop James Murunga of Grace Community Church who lauded President Ruto for embracing the church.
Other high-profile church leaders that were part of the Western region apostolic summit include; Bishop Emmanuel Mayeku, Bishop Fred Ogara, Bishop Cleophas Matete, Bishop Patrick Okumu, Bishop Jackson Ongeri, Pastor Ken Ogalle and Apostle John Wesley Musyoka.